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Fiction

Lessons in Forgetting: Anita Nair, Rs. 399

Heart-warming story of redemption, forgiveness and second chances.

Nazi Literature in the Americas: Roberto Bolano, Rs. 471

Documents the lives, politics and literary works of Pan-American Nazi novelists in the manner of a fiction.

Tea Time for the Traditionally Built: Alexander McCall Smith, Rs. 595

The latest from the ‘Number One Ladies' Detective Agency' series.

The Oxford Indian Anthology of Bengali Literature, 2 Volumes (1861-1941) & (1941 - 1991): Kalpana Bardan, Rs. 695

Celebrates the richness and diversity of Bengali literature spread across 130 years.

Keep The Change: Nirupama Subramanian, Rs. 199

Can the conservative curd-rice eating Damayanthi become a cool, corporate babe?



Non-fiction

The Frontline Years: EMS Namboodiripad, Rs. 250

A selection of EM's colums for Frontline. It is a testimony to the variety of his interests, his erudition, and his ability to communicate complex questions of history, politics and Marxist theory in simple elegant prose.

The Strangest Man: The Hidden Life Of Paul Dirac, the quantum genius: Graham Farmelo, Rs. 450

Meticulously researched book that illuminates the life and science of Dirac.

You Can Sell: Shiv Khera, Rs. 195

Addresses time-tested principles that make a successful sales professional.

Our Toxic World: A Guide to Hazardous Substances in Our Everyday Lives: Toxics Link, Rs. 395

Takes a close look at hidden perils, and what we can do to make our own lives and the world around us a little cleaner, a little safer.

The Oxford Companion to Politics in India: Niraja Gopal Jayal, Rs. 3,500

In 38 sweeping essays, some of the world's leading scholars describe, dissect and analyse the many-layered polity that is India.



Source: Modern Book Centre

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